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Fenway Park


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4 Yawkey Way
Boston, MA 02215

 (617) 226-6666

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Here's what Trippy members say about Fenway Park:

"Check out The Verb Hotel It has rooms that look right at Fenway Park!"  See More

"We also love walking around Copley Square and the Back Bay Fenway Park and the Museum of Fine Arts are also favorites."  See More

"Among the things I know are wheelchair accessible are, Salem Maritime National Historic Site Huntington Theatre Company Museum of Science American Repertory Theater Boston Duck Tours Harvard Yard Freedom Trail John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Harbor Street Chinatown Public Garden New England Aquarium Prudential Center Boston Fenway Park Boston Harbor Island Cruises Whale Watching Tours Where you may run into problems with accessibility are in some of the older, historic buildings."  See More

"Sometimes I'd park there when going to Fenway Park."  See More

"Food is okay but you can sit near a window and look onto Fenway Park!"  See More

"Fenway Park tour is great even if you're not a red sox fan, a lot of fun history and a neat park."  See More

"This area is also very close to Fenway Park and the Kenmore Square area of Boston."  See More

"Fenway/Kenmore - Not too much here other than Fenway Park and the Berklee College of Music."  See More

"I've heard the Peter Pan bus or the china-town bus is the cheapest way to make the trip (."  See More

"A visit to the top of the Skywalk Observatory A Red Sox game if you can manage - the atmosphere of Fenway Park is like no other Faneuil Hall Marketplace"  See More

"Treat yourself to a slice of pizza or cannoli at Mike's Pastry :) Walk the Freedom Trail See Faneuil Hall See Fenway Park - depending on the time of year, you can buy tickets to tour America's most loved ballpark."  See More

"I would visit the John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and Fenway Park on my first day , Then early next morning head for Hyannis and Martha's Vineyard ."  See More

"The Courtyard Boston Brookline is 20 feet away from the Green Line and an easy walk to Fenway Park."  See More

"I would also recommend the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, tour of Fenway Park and walking around Harvard Square."  See More

"You can walk the Freedom Trail and visit the Boston Common If your timing is right, go to Fenway Park to see the Red Sox."  See More

"5 mile hike of the Freedom Trail 5) Tour the Fenway Park 6) Boston Duck Tours for fun Boston insights, great views of Boston and the lovely Charles river 7) Whale watching at Boston Harbor Cruises 8) New England Aquarium 9) Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University campuses 10) Copley Square 11) Harvard Square Tons of food options everywhere."  See More

"These include Fenway Park (for the sports fan), the Museum of Fine Arts and Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (for the art lover), and Newbury Street (mostly people watching)."  See More

"You can do great tourist stuff too, like Faneuil Hall, John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and if the season is right-Fenway Park."  See More

"Take the tour at Fenway Park You won't be disappointed!"  See More

"Sports wise, there is Fenway Park, Boston Garden, and Gillette Stadium."  See More

"You can't miss: Fenway Park, Newbury Street, Cambridge, Faneuil Hall Marketplace."  See More

"Don't forget about Fenway Park and maybe Harvard."  See More

"If the main purpose of your trip is to go to Fenway Park, and if it's very important that you stay right nearby, then The Eliot Hotel and Hotel Commonwealth are both good choices."  See More

"As for Boston, I'm not really a fan, unless I'm at Fenway Park, but nearby Henrietta's Table that I have drive 3."  See More

"The Eliot Hotel is chic and elegant and closer to Fenway Park."  See More

"Fenway Park is one of my favorite ballparks in the country."  See More

"The North End​ is a very interesting stop. You can walk the freedom trail, see The Paul Revere House​ and the Old North Church​. It is a nice Italian neighborhood in Boston. There are too many restaurants to determine the best one but Regina Pizzeria​ is a must and Modern Pastry​ for cannoli is essential. From the North End you can go to Faneuil Hall​ or TD Garden​ or the waterfront. The Aquarium​ is also there along with pick up for the duck boats and the town trolly. There is public transportation there as well. You will be best off if you don't stay in Boston Proper to take the subway (public transportation) since garages are quite costly and street parking almost non existent! It will be a part of your trip you will remember! If you are a baseball fan I highly suggest visiting Fenway Park​ even if you are not a Sox fan. It is one of the smallest parks and the tour is interesting and on mine we did get to go to almost all areas of the field. You can't go wrong with Boston there is something for everyone! Enjoy!"








   
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